David Muth, along with the Belvedere Museum, has curated a selection of Finnish media art to be screened as part of the Blickle Archive series. The screening will take place on Thursday, December 10 at Belvedere 21, in Vienna, Austria. The screening has been organized with the support of AV-arkki.
Blickle Archive Series #48: David Muth Part II includes David Muth’s Footnote # 01: Sipilänmäki (2016), Kati Roover’s Coexistence (2018, in featured image), Antti Laitinen’s Fall and Rise (2019), Jaakko Pallasvuo’s Medusa (2018), Pilvi Takala’s Real Snow White (2009), and Erkka Nissinen’s Vantaa (2008). The screening is followed by a conversation with David Muth.
The Ursula Blickle Video Archive is Belvedere’s archive for video art. Founded in 2007, the archive is now one of the most important archives for video art, with a focus on the 1990s and 2000s.
Blickle Archive Series #48: David Muth Part II, 10.12.2020, Vienna, Austria
More information: The Belvedere Museum